Time Machine

November 26, 2015 - 10:49am -- swingbug

In 1895, Grover Cleveland was president of the United States. H.G. Wells had just built his Time Machine, and Oscar Wilde was teaching audiences The Importance of Being Earnest on the stage. The first working long-distance radio and the first moving picture projector were applying for patents.

California's female population was campaigning hard for the right to vote in state elections. Bicycling was all the rage. Big sleeves and bigger hats were in.

In Woodland, California, a new opera house was under construction. And also...

On a quiet street not too far away, a nice little house was built. And there it waited, seemingly just for us.

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Submitted by Katy on

We need a photo tour! Are there many original features remaining?

Our flat was built in about 1875 and it would be interesting to see what an American house looks like of roughly the same era.